WESTBY, Wis. (WKBT) – Syttende Mai celebrations are underway Westby.
The official vacation on May seventeenth celebrates Norway’s structure day.
Descendants of Norweigan settlers proceed the popularity right here with meals, music, and crafting.
The History Alive Project is sponsoring a number of the cultural packages taking place this weekend.
Leaders of the mission say they suppose it’s essential to cross on Norweigan historical past and tradition to youthful generations.
“I think it’s important for kids to have some reference to their heritage,” mentioned President of History Alive Project Dave Amundson. “All the ordeals that [settlers] had to go through in the early years to have what we have today here in Westby or in Stoughton or any Norweigan community.”
If you missed out Saturday, you may nonetheless catch a parade Sunday afternoon or take a look at the humanities and crafts honest.
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